Tag Archives: Webinar

Webinar Follow-Up: New DOL Overtime Exemption Rules and Independent Contractor Guidance

Thanks to all of our clients and friends for such a great turnout at today’s webinar on the new DOL overtime exemption rules and the Administrator’s Interpretation on independent contractors. In case you missed the webinar, or if you just want to go back and review the materials and recording, you can find both an … Continue Reading

Compensating Non-Exempt Employees Webcast

Some of the most common questions we receive from clients involve how to properly compensate non-exempt employees. Join me on Thursday, November 29, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. CST, for a two-hour live webcast entitled “Understanding FLSA’s Compensable Time Requirements for Non-Exempt Employees.”  I will be serving on a panel in which we will address the … Continue Reading

Exempt Employees, Paid Leave, and Partial Day Absences [Webinar Q&A]

Another in our series of answers to questions from our September 28 webinar on wage and hour law in higher education: Q. If an exempt employee only works a half day, i.e. they go home sick at noon, and they have both sick and vacation leave available, can we require that they use four hours of leave … Continue Reading

Employee Volunteers and Emergency Call-Ins [Webinar Q&A]

Another in our series of answers to questions from our September 28 webinar on wage and hour law in higher education: Q. What if a non-exempt employee truly volunteers his/her time on a weekend to participate in a campus clean-up program (non-exempt duties) or a ticket taker at homecoming? Are these hours non-compensable? Similar, situation, a … Continue Reading

Webinar: What Do Universities and Colleges Need to Know About Wage & Hour Law?

I’m pleased to announce that on September 28, I will be conducting a webinar with my partner Ed Druck covering some common wage and hour issues encountered in the college and university setting and best practices for complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage and hour laws. Our program will focus on problems … Continue Reading
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